Surface Go 2 hits the market on May 12, with prices starting at 469 euros, and Surface Book 3, can be purchased from June 5, starting at 1,849 euros.
Accompanying the computers, the manufacturer also launches accessories from the Surface line, which include the Surface Headphones 2, Surface Earbuds, Surface Dock 2 and Microsoft USB-C Travel Hub.
Regarding the Surface Go 2, this 2-in-1 has a 10.5-inch PixelSense screen, promises longer battery life, and has an 8th generation Intel Core processor. It has a double microphone, Studio Mics, so that during meetings in teleconference applications you can increase the clarity of the voice and reduce the background noise of the user. It has a 5 MP front camera. The rear camera can be used to scan documents, thanks to a new application included.
Microsoft’s goal for the new Surface Book 3 is to combine the performance of a desktop, the versatility of a tablet and the freedom of an ultra-thin notebook in a single device. It promises 50% better performance than the previous generation and a battery with 17.5 hours of battery life.
The computer includes 13 and 15 inch versions of the PixelSense screen and inside it has a 10th generation Intel Core processor. It has 32 GB of RAM, a GeForce 1650 graphics card in the 13.5 inch version and a 1660 Ti for the 15 inch screen. A special version of the computer is also confirmed with an NVidia Quadro RTX 300, for more demanding customers.